Air India: Shell out more to sit with family on Air India flights: The National carrier Air India on the last Monday introduced seat-selection fee which is for the rows on domestic and international flights. Previously, this was charged only for the front row seats that are for the long-haul flights.
With this, yet another airline has compulsory set on the middle seat selection fee or “family fee” which is regarded as the certain countries as the parents or a passenger traveling with a kid can be forced to pay is it to make sure the child doesn’t end up as the stranger.
In a circular issued to travel agents, Air India set a list on the fees on the several routes that begin at Rs 100 for middle seats on domestic flights Rs 200 for the window/aisle seats.
On these international flights in India, the fee is Rs 200 on most routes, not including on flights to Kathmandu, where it’s Rs 100.
The emergency exit row fee will be reported, around between Rs 800 and Rs 1,500 depending on the route, on the other side, the window/aisle seat fee is between Rs 240 and Rs 1,500. On
On the flights from international intention and destination into India, the seat fees depend on the currency of the airport and its different nation.
On the US-India routes like, in the middle seat fee is $3, though that is for the emergency row exit seat is $50. On the other side, for all other window and aisle seats, it is $15.
A couple traveling when with their children say, a JFK/NewYork-Mumbai flight can be forced to shell out $33 that is yet to be seated on the same row anyway.
If people are keen to save and make sure that at least one parent will be going to the seat next to his kid, they then will be pay at least $18 and book a window or an aisle seat in order to grab the middle seat.
Vistara is now going to be the best airline for passengers traveling with kids and due to the and the fee is only for the middle seats situated in the emergency exit row due to this will arrive with extra leg room also.